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Global Americans provides leading independent, non-partisan coverage of regional foreign affairs and great power politics across the Americas. Our research and analysis on the subject draws from experts across the region and informs the work of government officials, business executives, journalists, educators, students, and others interested in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Explaining and Predicting: President-elect Mulino’s Immigration Policy and the Darien Gap Under New Management
In this explainer, we examine Mulino’s migration policy and assess the current situation in the Darien Gap as well as the impact that “closing the ...
The Human Cost of Operation Lone Star
Is the Biden administration, despite its legal posturing, content to abdicate some of its responsibilities on the ground and let Operation Lone Star take over?
Paraguay: A Promising Government Navigating a Perilous Path
The greatest gift that Cartes can give the country and President Peña is to empower Peña to take the real and symbolic steps to frontally ...
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Understanding the Venezuela-Guyana Controversy: Exploring the Geopolitical Implications




Chile's Constitutional Rewrite: A Global Americans Explainer



Analyzing Argentina's Presidential Elections: A Global Americans Explainer

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Reassessing U.S. Sanctions Strategy Towards Venezuela
The decision to reimpose oil sanctions on Venezuela represents a calibrated response aimed at maintaining diplomatic engagement while upholding democratic principles.
Explaining and Predicting: The Americas Act and Its Chances of Becoming Law 
In this explainer we examine the Americas Act, its key provisions and impact for the region, and the prospects for its passage. 
Who Will Lead Panama? Predictions, Top Candidates, and Foreign Policy Priorities
In a field split among eight candidates, the absence of a leader capable of addressing the country's many challenges has become increasingly apparent.

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